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It's oldest place in Abu Dhabi and umal nar it's only connection from island to main land still small fort watching point about movement of abudhabi island entry.
They keep maintained in look good shape ...
The Fort reflects a lot of tradition of Abu Dhabi and it is nice place to visit however there is not much to see. You can barely spend more than 20 min here. Worth stopping but do not plan long time there.
This is one of the rare historical buildings in Abu Dhabi. It's just a small old brick tower. You will see it when passing the Al Maqtaa Bridge. Anyway you can't stop on the road. So you will just get a little glance on it.
Al Maqta Fort is one of the first trading places in history of Abu Dhabi. Al Maqta Fort location was very important in earlier years in UAE because it was bridge of trading and place where they can cross the 2 islands. It is really...More
In a place where everything seems shiny and bright and new, nice to see a remnant of the past, albeit rather small and seemingly insignificant. Can easily take a peek along your travels; not needing a prolonged visit.
The 200-year old Al Maqtaa Fort is one of the most enigmatic old sights and the old guardian of the city! At the time it was built, Abu Dhabi was little more than a small fishing and trading port, and the isolated fort was used...More